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COMPLIANCE FOR COMPANIES IN INDIA

 
COMPETITION LAW
LAW RELATING TO START UPS
FOOD LAWS
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY LAW
REAL ESTATE LAW
COMPANY FORMATION LAW
 
Benefits of Incorporation
Procedure for Incorporation
Types of Legal Entities
Options Available with Foreign Investors
Compliance For Companies
Conversion of (Section 8) Company
Section 8 Companies
FAQ on Incorporation of a Company
GOODS SERVICE TAX
FDI LAW
TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER & JOINT VENTURE LAW
COMMERCIAL AGREEMENTS & CONTRACTS LAW
MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS
LAWS RELATING TO INSURANCE
LEGAL METROLOGY
LABOUR LAW
SPORTS LAW
MEDIA & COMMUNICATION LAW
TELECOMMUNICATION LAW
ECOMMERCE BUSINESS LAW
CORPORATE LAW FIRM
COMMERCIAL LAW FIRM
ENVIRONMENT LAW
GAMBLING LAWS
INDIAN STANDARD'S LAW (BIS)
ANTI CORRUPTION LAWS
 

An investor, investing in India may choose from various types of entities depending on their own requirements. After deciding the type of entity they want to invest in, the next step is to perform the required compliance according to the rules and regulations laid down by the respective Acts. Below mentioned are few of the compliances that an investor has to perform in order to get its business incorporated in India;  

  • Formation and Incorporation of the Company

  • Checking the Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) allowed with respect to a foreign investor’s business operations.

  • Requirement of various licenses and approvals from concerned central and state governmental authorities.

  • Performing Intellectual Property Audit

  • Tax compliances

  • Appointment of auditors.

For more information on Compliance for Companies in India, please write to us at info@ssrana.com

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